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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

سمع الرب صلاة من فم اللص الحزين

سمع الرب صلاة من فم اللص الحزين

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1 سمع الرب صلوة
من فم اللص الحزين
قال أنت اليومَ ترقى
ذروة العرش الأمين
إن مَن قد عاش لصا
مات موتَ الصالحينْ

2 كم سرورٍ نال لما
نظر المجدَ العظيمْ
ورأي يسوع يزهو
لابسَ النور الوسيمْ
حبذا أوجاعُ موتٍ
كسَّرت قيد الجحيمْ

3 صوته لا بد يعلو
فوق أصوات الجميعْ
عند تسبيحِ جنودٍ
في ذرى العرش الرفيعْ
كان نحو النار يهوي
فارتقى نحو الرقيعْ

Source: دوزان القيثار لتسابيح الصغار #63

Text Information

First Line: سمع الرب صلاة من فم اللص الحزين
Place of Origin: Lebanon
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1867
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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دوزان القيثار لتسابيح الصغار #63

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